MINI Paceman (Countryman Coupe) Spied Testing At The Nürburgring

MINI Countryman Coupe

MINI Paceman concept made its debut in early 2011 at the Detroit Auto Show and soon after it was confirmed for production. Basically the Paceman is a two door Countryman and it has been confirmed now that the production model will be called Paceman just like the concept not Countryman coupe.

The Paceman prototype that was spotted earlier today at the Nürburgring has almost identical front to the four-door Countryman. The rear has some camouflage on, hiding a revised bumper and also new taillights. The roof line is also falling down more compared to the four-door countryman.

Engine range is expected to be identical to the four-door version.

MINI Paceman will be unveiled to the public at the Paris Motor Show in September with sales starting in early 2013.


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